The SNP's Pete Wishart has become embroiled in a major Twitter spat with fellow independence supporters after a seemingly innocuous visit to Big Ben.
Rory Stewart has spent so much time walking around London that he didn't realise a tantric sex shop was being run from under his family home.
Q-branch has got nothing on the UK's new armed forces minister.
Rory Stewart wants Londoners to invite him over for a sleepover - and he'll bring a box of chocolates
Rory Stewart has issued the political equivalent of a "you up?" message to the whole of London.
WATCH: SNP MP Pete Wishart gets ribbed for being part of the 'British establishment' after landing Commons job
SNP MP Pete Wishart has had a rough first outing as a representative of the House of Commons commission.
A passenger heading for Heathrow got more than they bargained for after they allegedly found a handgun and a copy of David Cameron's passport in a toilet cubicle.
Tory MPs were quick to defend the Prime Minister against accusations he was diminishing press freedoms following a major spat with political journalists.
Nigel Farage has launched a fresh bid to get Big Ben's iconic bongs to mark the moment the UK leaves the EU.
Behind the headline polling numbers Boris Johnson's path to a Commons majority is rockier than it looks.
Donald Trump should not be given the red-carpet treatment, writes Siobhan Benita
How Labour responds to it's major Brexit split could echo down the ages, writes former Labour spokesman Paul Ovenden
And "none of the above" is still topping the polls when it comes to who the public trusts most to get a good Brexit outcome.
TOMORROW it’s 999 days since the EU referendum.
People are getting increasingly frustrated that Brexit is distracting politicians from the issues that really matter - such as housing.
From May and Corbyn to the 'fat-headed Daily Telegraph reader': the never-ending relevance of George Orwell
How comforting to know that Orwell's caricatures still make perfect sense today.
The youngest MPs in each major party talk about whether UK politics is working for young people.
Follow all the local election results and political fallout as councils across England count their ballots.
The first 14 life peers were introduced in two special sessions ahead of the 1958 state opening of parliament
2018 marks 100 years since Parliament passed a law which allowed the first women, and all men, to vote for the first time.
Just seven months after entering parliament, Kemi Badenoch has been handed a key role inside CCHQ overseeing her party’s candidate selection process.
The star of Sky One's latest political thriller said he felt sympathy for embattled PM Theresa May after filming the show which focuses on the government's response to a major natural disaster.
“Katharine Gun was an ordinary person who did something extraordinary,” is how director Gavin Hood describes the real-life subject of his latest film. For those with short memories, Gun was the GCHQ-based Mandarin translator who leaked a classified memo from the CIA that urged spying on members of the UN Security Council to force through a resolution to go to war in Iraq. When the memo appeared on the front page of the Observer and she admitted to her actions, Gun found herself charged with breaking the Official Secrets Act, and her lawyers set out to defend her actions.
Nigel Farage doesn’t work hard enough and it’s a British thing, according to Steve Bannon in the new documentary exploring the inner world of Trump’s self-professed kingmaker.